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HB 1656, 63rd Regular Session
Creating and establishing, without consent of political subdivisions, a conservation and reclamation district under Article XVI, Section 59, of the Texas Constitution, known as "North Zulch Municipal Utility District," and declaring the district a governmental agency and body politic and corporate; finding the boundaries form a closure, and related matters; finding that confirmation election is required; finding that no exclusion hearing is required; defining the boundaries; conferring on district the rights, powers, privileges, authority and functions of the general laws of Texas applicable to municipal utility districts created under Chapter 54, Water Code, where not in conflict with the Act, and adopting same be reference; naming the first directors and providing for filling of vacancies; providing for terms and elections of directors, and related matters; finding and declaring that the requirements of Article XVI, Section 59(d), of the Texas Constitution, have been performed and accomplished; enacting other provisions relating to the above mentioned subjects; providing a severability clause; and declaring an emergency.

Last action: Referred to Committee on State Affairs

Author: Latham Boone III

Special Districts & Authorities--Municipal Utility Districts

House Committee: Natural Resources ()
Minutes: May 9 1973
Senate Committee: State Affairs ()

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